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Congratulations to CSA Colonel Cameron McOmish who had just received the CSA 2nd HACW Veterans Medal ( 100 turns + ).

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Good show Col. McOmish <SALUTE>

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Colonel Lajoie <salute>

I will stand for the CSA at Jacksons Charge.

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CV Grindstone Ford/CSA Lt Col Andy Taylor/USA Gen Mark Wolken
Has resulted in a draw.Thanks for the game Mark.

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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 3:50 am 
Put me down for CV04 Jackson

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I might be able to take on * CV 04h_a. McClernand's Fix for the Rebs, but let me double check - can I put my name down tentatively? If I recall that one isn't too big in terms of number of turns or size of the armies, but I don't want to take on too much at the moment. I'll double check on it tonight (if I don't forget!) and confirm. Will that be ok?

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Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn
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3rd Bgde, 3rd Cav Div, II Corps, AoA

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i will carry the standard at jackson.

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="3" face="book antiqua" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by Harold Lajoie</i>
<br /><blockquote id="quote"><font size="3" face="book antiqua" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by ALynn</i>
<br />I might be able to take on * CV 04h_a. McClernand's Fix for the Rebs, but let me double check - can I put my name down tentatively? If I recall that one isn't too big in terms of number of turns or size of the armies, but I don't want to take on too much at the moment. I'll double check on it tonight (if I don't forget!) and confirm. Will that be ok?

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Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn
CSA Chief of Staff

3rd Bgde, 3rd Cav Div, II Corps, AoA

God Bless <><
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Lt Gen Lynn,
This scenario has 24 turns.


Col. Harold Lajoie 2/I/AotM, CSA.
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Sounds fine. Go ahead and put me down for the Reb for McClernand's Fix if it is still open.

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Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn
CSA Chief of Staff
3rd Bgde, 3rd Cav Div, II Corps, AoA

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Congratulations to CSA BG Jim Hall who had just received the CSA 2nd HACW Medal of Merit ( 100 points + ).

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Col. Sir, I will take Champion Hill......Ready or not, here they come..

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Col.Lajoie,
Sir, it is with regrets that I announce Gen. Kunz has handed the Union a minor defeat at Cedar Mountain.


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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2008 10:01 pm 
I would like to report a Major Victory for the CSA at Fredericksburg.

Acwco Fredericksburg / CSA: MG Edward Stewart / USA: BG David Swartz.

A battle that went back and forward and was hard fought to the very end.
The Union forces had made substancial progress on the first day and the Confederates fell back with the left flank in dissarray. The battle looked a formality at this point.

Early on the second day the Union forces pushed hard again breaking a thin line on the CSA left to advance to a heavilly re-inforced second line. The confederates left held well although pushed hard.

At the same time as the center was being pushed back by the Union the CSA launched and pressed home a major attack with Cavalry and Infantry on their right flank, this partial envelop of the left Union flank was to cause devestation to the ranks of the Union cavalry forces as they rushed to prevent a complete turning of the flank.

With ammo and artillery shells running low the CSA forces retreated into the forests and built several lines of defence, as the Union forces kept pushing the CSA left was starting to show risk of itself being enveloped, yet an ordered retreat was attempted and the Union forces still paid heavilly for every step forward.

As the Union forces pushed again another enveloping attack was to break their left again, as the CSA reserves (fresh to the fight) came down upon the Union. The amount of material and men captured was enough to cause the battle to swing in the Confederates favour and as the Union tried to attain the few important locations on the map, the Confederate forces held on and caused enough damage to turn this to a Major Victory.

Losses on either side were large and this was due to so much close fighting and the large number of prisoners taken by either side in waves of attacks.

A very enjoyable battle and the CSA forces were again in trouble at the end, thankfully the battle was ended and they withdrew while they could.




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Congratulations to CSA LG Edward Stewart who had just received the CSA 2nd HACW Medal of Merit ( 100 points + ).

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Congratulations to CSA LG Edward Stewart who had just received the CSA 2nd HACW Veterans Medal ( 100 turns + ).

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Congratulations to USA BG David Swartz who had just received the USA 2nd HACW Veterans Medal ( 100 turns + ).

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